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‘Mnangagwa uses luxury jet to loot diamonds and foreign currency’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa seemingly sensing his imminent boot from power, is allegedly involved in grand looting of the country’s scarce foreign currency coffers and resources using his chain of hired private jets to secure financial and tax havens abroad, Spotlight Zimbabwe, has been told. According to a current member of Mnangagwa’s Presidential Advisory Committee (PAC), and a former adviser to… Read More
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Joice Mujuru ordered Edmund Kudzayi’s arrest

The former Vice president of Zimbabwe Joice Mujuru ordered the arrest of journalist Edmund Kudzayi after being accused of running the controversial Facebook page Baba Jukwa during the run up to the 2013 elections. The revelations were made by Kudzayi on Monday during a Twitter conversation with National Patriotic Front Spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire. Said Kudzayi, “In fairness, Teurai Ropa is… Read More
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Mnangagwa signs new laws

HARARE – President Mnangagwa has assented to three new laws aimed at guiding the Government’s political and economic reform agenda. The three laws are the Maintenance of Peace and Order Act (MOPA) (Chapter 11:23), the Companies and Other Business Act (Chapter 24:31) and the Microfinance Act (Chapter 11:24). The three laws are part of Government’s endeavour to open up democratic… Read More
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ED sucked into Buyanga-baby mama child custody saga

By Mary Taruvinga SOUTH Africa based businessman, Frank Buyanga could be in trouble after his ex-girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa reportedly approached President Emmerson Mnangagwa begging the Zanu PF leader to intervene in the couple’s acrimonious child custody battle. The revelations come a few days after a leaked explosive audio recording in which it was claimed First Lady Auxillia and one of… Read More
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Court issues ED poll victory judgment

Harare Bureau THE Constitutional Court yesterday released a detailed 137-page judgment, upholding President Mnangagwa’s victory in last year’s harmonised elections, saying the petition by MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa was premised on bald and unsubstantiated rigging claims. Chief Justice Luke Malaba, who heard the petition with eight other judges, found no fault with the conduct of the election. Mr Chamisa,… Read More
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Love Triangle Disaster As Ezekiel Guti University Student Is Murdered

In a very disturbing incident, a Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) student was brutally murdered in Bindura over the weekend by a Mutare man in a suspected love triangle wrangle. NewsDay reports that the suspect, Chengetai Trinity Jimu (24) of Toronto Forestry Commission in Mutare, has since gone into hiding after he fatally stabbed Hugh Chivingwa Makumbe (24), of Bindura’s… Read More
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Obert Mpofu lawsuit headache for Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces a headache over the legal action taken by Zanu-PF secretary for administration Obert Mpofu against the party’s youth league deputy secretary Lewis Matutu where the former mines minister is suing the youth leader with a $10 million defamation suit. The suit emanates from a press conference addressed by Matutu at the Zanu-PF headquarters in Harare in… Read More
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ZRP Boss Fumes Over Interpol’s Refusal To Arrest Jonathan Moyo

The ZRP Commissioner General Godwin Matanga has accused the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) of frustrating their efforts to extradite people facing criminal charges in the country citing alleged political persecution. Com-Gen Matanga said this today when he appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade chaired by Makonde legislator Cde Kindness Paradza to contribute towards the… Read More
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Zim court releases vendors from prison after death of inmate

HARARE Magistrate Learmore Mapiye on Monday granted bail to 10 informal traders, who were severely assaulted and tortured by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers in an incident in which an inmate passed away while in prison custody. Hilton Tamangani, a 29 year-old Chitungwiza resident passed away on Friday 18 October 2019 while detained at Harare Central Prison after he was arrested… Read More
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